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Return is meaningless as a standalone statistic.
With the new year comes a new set of business trends leaders need to be monitoring. What will deliver the biggest impact this year?
Get this right and you're well on your way to a career you will love and a life you can be proud of.
It's not sexy, but it sure works.
Let go and trust your team.
Many would say this is about time.
For most people who were covering Enron at the time, there was huge pressure to focus on the positive and promote the notion that it was a hot stock.
4 Ways Facebook Ads Can Boost Your Small Business
It's a tough decision to make.
Your office design sets the stage for employee wellness, productivity, daily interactions, overall morale, and guest perceptions. Are you forcing people to work in an outdated design?
Progress For Women in Saudi Arabia Allows Them To Enter A Football Stadium For The First Time. (And They're Calling It a Milestone).
7,500 miles away from the #MeToo movement, women have cause for a muchdifferent celebration.
Employers must be compliant when running a background check on an applicant. But the rules continue to change. Here's what you need to know.
It's nearly unheard of for an elected leader of a country to hold office while pregnant.
Award-Winning Author Judy Blume Shares 6 Inspiring Tips From 50 Years of Writing (and 85 Million Books Sold)
This legendary author of young adult books has sold 85 million copies in her 50-year career. Here is some of her best writing advice.
In 2018, a whopping 112 underclassmen will declare for the NFL Draft.
Silicon Valley Investor Says Debates About Work-Life Balance Are “Concerns of a Society That is Becoming Unhinged"
Mike Moritz, a top partner at Sequoia Capital, chastises American tech workers who advocate for environments and conditions that promote work-life balance.
This is an example of a clear miss in how to make attention work for you.
Leadership, Brave leadership, Kimberly Davis
NPR Host Celeste Headlee explains why your work habits are making you a poor conversationalist.
Willpower is for people who are still uncertain about what they want to do.